March 2, 2024

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France orders freezing of Hamas leader’s assets in Gaza

France orders freezing of Hamas leader’s assets in Gaza

France has ordered a six-month freeze on the assets of Yahya Sinouar, head of Hamas’s political wing in Gaza. An order published in the Official Journal December 5 Tuesday. Considered the architect of the October 7 terror attacks against Israel, he is one of the key leaders of the Palestinian Islamist movement wanted by Israel. The Ministry of Economy has not yet specified the size of these assets. Follow our live stream.

“Another Hell Scene” Flowing, UN “No one is safe in Gaza, there is nowhere to go” Since the war resumed, alert Lynn Hastings, UN Humanitarian Coordinator for the Palestinian Territories, in a press release on Monday evening, December 4. She explains “Spacious shelters, a health system on its knees, a lack of clean and potable water (…) is a perfect recipe for epidemics and public health disaster”.

WHO accuses Israel of demanding evacuation of medical aid warehouse in Gaza World Health Organization chief Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus said he had a “Notice (…) to remove supplies from our medical warehouse in the south of the Gaza Strip within 24 hours as ground operations render it unusable”. he asked inside A publication “This order must be withdrawn”. The Israel Defense Forces, which oversees civilian operations in the Palestinian territories, has refused to forward such a request. Another post.

US says Hamas does not want female hostages to testify. ‚ÄúThere seems to be a reason for that [les membres du Hamas] They don’t want to release the women they hold hostage, and this gap is broken because they don’t want these women to talk about what happened to them while they were in custody.”US State Department spokesman Matthew Miller told reporters on Monday.

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Thousands protest in Ottawa in support of Israel. Several thousand people gathered in front of the Canadian Parliament in Ottawa on Monday. Dozens of buses were chartered from Montreal or Toronto, home to large Jewish communities.